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Tag Archives: automation
The Jazz Community starts sharing their tools here: http://jazz-community.org/. The code for their tools can be found here. There is a very active Jazz user community of members of several companies in Europe that are heavily using the Jazz products … Continue reading
I was talking to a customer recently. They are using the WorkItem Command Line for some automation purposes. Since this can trigger e-mail notifications to a huge amount of users they wanted to use the new Skip Mail save WorkItem … Continue reading
In the unlikely event you have missed it or just to complete the hit list if you search for examples on this blog, the Build On State Change Work Item Save participant/follow up action is a complete example as part … Continue reading
Rational Team Concert Process Customization – What you can and cannot do, that is the title of the webinar I presented two days ago. If you are interested in my view on this, you can find the replay of the … Continue reading
This is the forth post in the series around very fine grained access control permissions for work items and SCM versionables. It explains the last requirement, which was to be able to set the custom attributes on elements in the … Continue reading
This is the third post in the series around very fine grained access control permissions for work items and SCM versionables. It explains how to set the access control permissions for RTC SCM versionables. See the problem description in the … Continue reading
This is the second post in the series around very fine grained access control permissions for work items and RTC SCM versionables. It explains how to set the access control permissions for work items. See the problem description in the … Continue reading